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We have lots of simple screen-free games and activities. Ideally you'll need dice and playing cards - plus paper and pencils. So, download the pdf activities and turn off the computer!
* If you don't have dice or playing cards you can always make simple number cards - write the numbers 1-6 on separate pieces of paper or card, turn them face down and select a card instead of rolling the dice. This is great if you want to try out some higher numbers too!
If you'd like to download and print dice or playing cards some good examples can be found on printableboardgames.net along with lots of other great game resources.
We've been helping children with their reading and comprehension for over twenty years! Click on any of the activities below for lots of great ideas based around stories, books and reading skills:
We're not the only ones with lots of ideas for learning at home! Here are some other websites that you may find helpful:
I See Maths - some great games for KS1 that the whole family can enjoy. along with maths lessons aimed at children in KS2.
NRICH - A wide range of fantastic maths activities for Ages 3 - 18!
See the links below for some great virtual tours. The perfect opportunity for a virtual school trip!
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